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Providing a stunning backdrop to any special event, from weddings to concerts, The Wellington Caves Complex provides a unique underground venue.

Venue Hire

From workplace training, corporate conferences to a family wedding or get together our range of facilities offer you the choice to do it yourself or fully outsource.

 

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Covid Regulations

We are COVID Safe, and request all visitors and guests register by QR upon entry. Our tours and sessions are delivered to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our visitors so the frequency and capacity often change to meet current physical distancing guidelines, due to these restrictions tours from the Gaden Cave cannot be conducted safely so will remain closed until further notice.

We encourage any visitor to stay at home if symptoms arise and keep up to date on Government advice for travel and holidays.

 
FAQ

How’s the accessibility?

Our Visitor Experience Centre is accessible for people with mobility impairments. We do suggest you discuss your accessibility requirements with our team to fully understand the cave terrain before booking a cave tour.

Is there public transport to the caves?

No, a taxi is your only option if you do not have access to a car. If you are coming from Dubbo, you can hire a car.

Can I take photos in the Caves? 

Yes we certainly encourage you to take photos with your phone or camera to remember your experience at Wellington Caves. Please note however that tripods and monopods are not permitted.

 

Do the tours still run in wet weather?  

Absolutely, the entrance to all three caves is just a short walk from the Visitor Experience Centre so make sure you bring an umbrella or raincoat for the initial walk but then you will be nice and dry inside the cave. You may even be lucky enough to see some of that rainwater filtering through the limestone creating crystal!

 

Can you buy food onsite?  

Yes, we have a small café on site selling a range of quick and easy treats including pies, sausage rolls, sandwiches, cakes and slices. The café proudly aims to showcase local produce and support the region, so make sure you grab a coffee and something tasty after your tour.

 

Is it cold in the Caves?  

The Caves stay at a constant temperature of around 18 degrees all year round, so it is lovely and cool in summer and provides shelter from the cold in winter.

 

Can I go into the caves without going on a guided tour?  

All access to the caves is via a guided tour only to ensure the safety of all our visitors and to manage the protection and preservation of our caves.

 

Is there accommodation on site? 

Yes the Wellington Caves Caravan Park located within walking distance of the caves offers a range of accommodation types including suites, cabins, powered and non-powered camp sites.

 

Where do I check in for a tour or accommodation?

All visitors should first check in at the Visitor Experience Centre whether you are doing a tour or checking in for your night’s stay.

 

Do I need to wear/bring any specific for the tours?

Suitable enclosed footwear/shoes is essential for all tours, hard hats are a safety requirement in the Fossil and Phosphate Mine which are provided on site for all attendees. Guests are encourage to bring any regular medication with them on tour such as Asthma puffers, Epi-pens etc.